Hofstra Magazine

It is called momentum, that “strength or force gained by motion or through the development of events,” according to Merriam Webster. At Hofstra in 2007, momentum took the form of a series of major announcements and academic developments...

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Blanche Abram, adjunct professor of music, and Naomi Drucker, adjunct instructor of music, co-directors of the American Chamber Ensemble (ACE), received the Long Island Sound Award for “Outstanding Contributions to Long Island’s Musical Heritage”...

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Hofstra Submits Application to Host 2008 Presidential Debate This spring Hofstra President Stuart Rabinowitz announced that the University submitted a formal application to the Commission on Presidential Debates to host a 2008 presidential debate...

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By Doug Vandewinckel Rear Admiral William M. Narva earned his medical degree at Yale and his military rank in the U.S. Navy, and went on to treat every U.S. president from Lyndon Johnson to George H.W. Bush. But it all began in the Quonset huts of...

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On a beautiful Sunday in May we celebrated our annual spring commencement. Commencement day is one of the longest days on our annual calendar, beginning in the early morning with our Honors Recognition Convocation, and ending long after dark with...

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Dear Hofstra Alumni Do you realize what a potent force Hofstra alumni are? We are an organization with more than 107,000 members spread throughout all 50 U.S. states and in more than 100 countries. Think how much impact we could have if: We could...

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